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"The Land of Smiles" - My trip to Thailand ...

Yes Thailand is actually "the land of smile" - all smiling faces :) :)
It was my first foreign trip so its obvious how much I was excited (most of u know that) ..

In thailand , there are two sets of tourists - Indian & rest of world ... Indians married couples might not do sex on a regular basis but nobody can match their potential to reproduce at such a great rate ... This might be problem for our country but there is also a positive side to this - We Indians are at every corner of the world !!!

As soon as landed , police asked me many questions ... It reminded me of the incident when samik was caught at Mumbai railway station.
In my case too my get up was pathetic enough for the police to question me .

I didnt like the Thai food much - it smells so bad !!!
But I love Thai girls ;) .... I didnt find any fat female (of any age) there ...
Thailand is not a shopping heaven .. Infact most of their personal & home care products are imported from India ...
We Indians are expert in Bargaining & I used my skill to the fullest .. For anything I would straight away say half of the price ..
Footpath market is more famous than the malls ... U can get any damn thing there ...

Thailand is a stronghold of Toyota - 2 out of 3 car is toyota ..
The best was that the taxi there is Toyota Corolla ... Corolla is status symbol in India ...

I enjoyed the trip as after more than 10 years my whole family had together gone on a holiday ..
But here I would say that Thailand is not a place to go with family .. Best is go with guys or gf (not even wife) ...

Next trip might be Malayasia in June !!!


Nice post. Isn't it strange though that the products sold there are majorly Indian ? Shouldn't they be Chinese ?
Sakshi said…
Ahem- gf, who is not a potential candidate to be the wife!
Clarify the points, properly Raj!
But am glad that you had fun :)
Did you go for the Thai 'massage'??
shastha said…
sahi hai ... Malaysia aya to mujhey ping karna .. miltey hai ...
raj alakshendra said…
it might be that Thailand wants to give Indian tourist a home feeling by using our products :p

no massage :(
no clarification - u r smart enough ;)

definitely we can meet :)
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